Woodstock Square/Young Masters Martial Arts
110 S. Johnson Street
Global Event April 26th in the Historic Woodstock Square will offer FREE Tai Chi
Harvard Health Publications has called Tai Chi 'Medication in Motion'ť for all the myriad health issues it has been proven to help (source: www.worldtaichiday.org).
World Tai Chi & QiGong Day began in Kansas City, Missouri in 1998 and is now in its 15th year with over 70 nations participating.
On the last Saturday of April each year, this multi-national "healing wave"ť of people moving and breathing in harmony begins at 10 AM in New Zealand and spreads from time zone to time zone, finally concluding in Hawaii.
MoonWillow Tai Chi and Young Masters Martial Arts & Fitness Studio will join this wave on April 26th, 9:30am to 11:00am in the historic Woodstock Square.
This event will offer a free Tai Chi class to all comers, and then conclude in Young Masters studios in the Woodstock Square Mall for tours and refreshments.
This event is free and open to the public. (In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved to Young Masters studios indoors)
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese health exercise that combines focused breath and slow martial arts based movements.
It is considered healing movement for every bodyť because it is a gentle and relaxing experience that is accessible to most people regardless of physical condition (there are even classes especially adapted to individuals in wheelchairs). Benefits of Tai Chi include improved balance, posture, bone density, blood pressure, sleep, digestion, and immunity.
It is also well documented to reduce chronic pain and improve cardiovascular and nervous system disorders.
For more information on Tai Chi and the World Tai Chi & QiGong Day event, contact Allison Deputy of MoonWillow at the number or email above, or visit www.moonwillowtaichi.com
You may also wish to visit www.youngmastersfitness.com and www.worldtaichiday.org.